Loyola University Chicago

College of Arts & Sciences

Events Archive

  • Jan Karski Days in Chicago

    Join us for a conference and celebration focusing on the life and legacy of Jan Karski,a Polish humanitarian and hero of WWII. Attend one of our many events including a concert, films, and other activities held at Loyola University. Many more activities will be held off campus at other locations in Chicago.
  • A great way to make the most of your summer—take a Spanish language course designed for faculty and staff

    As part of Loyola University’s efforts at internationalization, CAS Dean, Dr. Reinhard Andress, has organized a Spanish Language class that is open to all Loyola faculty and staff.
  • New German Studies Minor

    The Department of Modern Languages & Literatures is happy to announce the new German Studies Minor interdisciplinary program, starting in fall 2013. Further refining Loyola as a center of global study, this program will allow students to understand the social, historical, political, and economic background of German culture world-wide and its impact on contemporary life.
  • Senior conducts cancer research over the summer in Jamaica

    Not many students get to study at an island paradise while working on cancer research. But senior Christian Capanna got to do that for 12 weeks this summer in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
  • Brad S. Gregory Delivered Annual Surtz Lecture on Oct 22

    Brad S. Gregory will deliver Loyola University Chicago's annual Edward Surtz Lecture on Tuesday, October 22nd, at7:30 pm in Piper Hall, Lake Shore Campus. His talk is entitled: "Buying In: The Reformation Era and the Makings of Modern Consumerism."
  • Latin America Matters Speaker Series: Film Screening

    Latin America Matters Speaker Series Genocide on Trial in Guatemala Thursday April 17, 2014 Dictator In the Dock: Join us for a screening of the documentary The Dictator in the Dock: Genocide on Trial in Guatemala, and a discussion with the filmmaker, Pamela Yates, and producer, Paco de Onis.
  • Conversational Language Learning for Faculty and Staff

    Join us this summer for the CAS program Conversational Language Learning for Faculty and Staff. We have expanded our offerings to provide variety and convenience.
  • CIT Interdisciplinary Grants competition: Call for Proposals

    The Center for Interdisciplinary Thinking (CIT) in the College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the first CIT Interdisciplinary Grants competition. This competition includes both small and large awards in the amounts of $2,000 and $10,000 to support interdisciplinary research or teaching projects that address issues not dealt with by current programs or to enhance already-existing interdisciplinary programs at Loyola.
  • God in All Things–Even Science?!

    Loyola physics professor Rev. John Cunningham, S.J., will present a seminar on the legacy of Jesuits who have pursued studies in the physical sciences. Sponsored by the College of Arts and Science and University Libraries. Tuesday, November 12, 10:30–11:30 a.m. Information Commons, 4th floor, Lake Shore Campus; free.
  • Profile

    Explore the work of visiting artist Daniela Montecinos

    Continuing the College’s efforts to broaden the experiences of students, we invited international artist Daniela Montecinos to teach as this semester’s Artist in Residence with the Department of Fine & Performing Arts and to open a solo show in the Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex.
  • College of Arts & Sciences Networking Night

    Join Dean Reinhard Andress, PhD, and fellow alumni from the College of Arts & Sciences for an evening of networking and celebration of a liberal arts education at Loyola. Learn how fellow alumni have applied their degrees as you make new business connections and enjoy savory hors d’ouevres and beverages.
  • Event

    Polish/American Poetry—Reading Between the Lines

    On Saturday, April 13, at 2 p.m. Dr. John Merchant, a specialist in Polish Literature and faculty member in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, will be presenting a reading focusing on Polish poetry in the American diaspora. This event is sponsored by the Polish Studies program.
  • Political Scandal and Corruption: A Conference hosted by Loyola University and CAS, August 28

    Join us for this upcoming conference that will present research that examines the dynamics surrounding scandals and political corruption in the U.S. and around the world. This conference is open to the entire Loyola community and the public.
  • College of Arts & Sciences creates the Center for Interdisciplinary Thinking

    CAS recently formed the Center for Interdisciplinary Thinking (CIT) to support our current interdisciplinary programs, and to provide opportunities for interdisciplinary thinking in new and imaginative ways.
  • Celebrate the Birthday of the Bard

    April 23rd marks the 449th birthday of the one and only William Shakespeare! Want to get in on the action other than the classic of holing yourself up in a dark room and reading Hamlet? We know of a couple people celebrating in a little more lively ways.
  • Stephen Wade Performed on April 9th

    Musician and historian Stephen Wade will discuss his newest book, The Beautiful Music All Around Us: Field Recordings and the American Experience, on Tuesday, April 9th, at 4 pm in Galvin Auditorium, Sullivan Center.
  • Attend the Event: Music of the Jesuits

    The Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage presents a research colloquium: Music of the Jesuit Missions. This colloquium will explore the history, traditions, and efforts to restore and re-introduce the colonial music of Latin America.
  • Biology professor’s research featured in the Chicago Tribune

    Biology professor Tim Hoellein’s research was recently featured in the Chicago Tribune. Read how his work will impact the health of the Chicago River.
  • Pacem in Terris 50th Anniversary: Building Peace in Chicago and Beyond

    Join Loyola University Chicago in honoring the 50th Anniversary of the Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth) Encyclical by attending the working conference,“Building Peace in Chicago and Beyond,” on Saturday March 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Attend Phi Beta Kappa Society's Romanell Lecture Series, featuring J.D. Trout

    Join J.D. Trout, professor of Philosophy and Psychology, for Phi Beta Kappa’s Romanell Lecture Series: Themes in Philosophical Naturalism. Each lecture is open to the public and we invite students, faculty, and staff to attend.
  • School's in for Summer.

    Summer Sessions enrollment is now open. Review the full list of course options including 300+ classes in Chicago, online courses, Study Abroad, and classes at the Cuneo Mansion & Gardens and the Retreat and Ecology Campus. Visit Loyola's Summer Sessions website for all the details.